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The following is a topical outline of the English language Wikipedia articles on the topic of metrology and measurement. Metrology is the science of measurement and its application.^{[1]}

- Geodesy - the science of measuring and representing the geometry, gravity, and spatial orientation of the Earth in temporally varying 3D.
- List of geodesists
- History of geodesy
- Physical geodesy
- International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics
- International Association of Geodesy

**General Lists**

- Dimensionless units
- Lists of units of measurement
- Units of measurement by country
- Units of measurement by region
- Customary units of measurement
- Obsolete units of measurement
- Equivalent units
- Metricated units

**Lists by type**

- Acceleration
- Amount of substance
- Amount
- Angle
- Area
- Astronomical
- Catalytic
- Chemical measurement
- Density
- Dynamic Viscosity
- Electric current
- Electric charge
- Electromagnetism
- Energy
- Flow
- Force
- Angular velocity
- Frequency
- Illuminance
- Information
- Length
- Level
- Luminance
- Photometry
- Luminous energy
- Luminous exposure
- Luminous flux
- Luminous intensity
- Mass
- Meteorology measurement
- Navigation
- Non-SI metric units
- Optics
- Power
- Pressure
- Purity
- Quality
- Radiation dose
- Radiation
- Rate
- Sound
- Surveying
- Temperature
- Time
- Torque
- Velocity
- Volume

**Books**

- Salkind, N. J. (2006).
*Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics (3 volumes)*. SAGE Publications.^{[2]}^{[3]}

**Articles**

**^**"Metrology".*National Institute of Standards and Technology*. 30 June 2016. Retrieved 20 January 2024.**^**Marty, Roger H. (2007). "Review of Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics, Volumes 1-3".*The Mathematics Teacher*.**101**(4): 318. ISSN 0025-5769. JSTOR 20876120.**^**Parsons, Sara (2007). "Review of Encyclopedia of Measurement and Statistics".*Reference & User Services Quarterly*.**46**(4): 87. doi:10.5860/rusq.46.4.4105. ISSN 1094-9054. JSTOR 20864762.

- "Metrology".
*National Institute of Standards and Technology*. 30 June 2016. Retrieved 20 January 2024.